Have You Been Accused Of Assault?
According to the law, intentionally or recklessly causing or threatening to cause bodily injury to another individual will be consider an assault crime. You can be charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense for an assault crime, making it even more crucial to seek counsel. Depending on the age or the position of the individual you allegedly committed assault against, you may even face more severe penalties.
No matter what the circumstance are surrounding your arrest, speaking with a criminal defense attorney about your case can be very beneficial. Harmony Schuerman is the founding attorney at the Law Office of Harmony M. Schuerman and has years of experience representing the criminally accused. When you are in need of an attorney who will listen to your personal needs and invest themselves in your case, be sure to call on our firm.
Work With A Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyer
An assault conviction can carry serious consequences, such as jail time, fines, probation, and other penalties. These types of crimes can easily result in life-altering convictions, making it crucial for you to work with a dedicated criminal defense lawyer.
The level of the charge may depend on the following factors:
- Seriousness of injuries
- Whether a weapon was present familial relationship
- Age/mental capacity of the victim
- Victim’s occupation (such as police officer)
If a crime is seen as causing little to no injury, an individual may be charged with simple assault . However, if the act causes severe injuries, it could be considered aggravated assault, which carries a much harsher sentence. From arguing for self-defense to uncovering crucial evidence on your behalf, we are ready to fight your charges.
Don’t make the mistake of working with an attorney who doesn’t truly care about your case. We have always been dedicated to representing the underdog. Let us fight for the justice you deserve!
Contact our Parker County assault defense attorney Harmony Schuerman to schedule a free consultation.